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Since July, 2001, Rabbi Mark Cohn has served as the rabbi of Temple Emanuel in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. “Rabbi Mark” as he is known in the community balances a variety of rabbinic duties for our active congregation along with communal engagements as a clergy member in Winston-Salem, where he works intentionally and intensively on social justice matters that effect the region. Born and raised in northern California, he grew up among redwoods, environmental sensitivity, a deep sense of Zionism, and active Jewish living – all of which grounded him in his current pursuit of a meaningful, engaged Jewish life.
His formal education comes from the University of California at Los Angeles (B.A. History, 1990), Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA (M.A. History, 1993), and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem, Israel & Cincinnati, OH (M.A.H.L., 1997, Rabbinic Ordination, 1998) and his informal education, equally as significant, comes from being a loving family member, friend, and gardener.